Smoky Mountain Field School
As a cooperative effort between Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the University of Tennessee, the Field School offers unique opportunities to Explore, Learn and Enjoy in one of the nation’s premier national parks through indoor workshops and outdoor field adventures. Participants may choose from over 30 experts teaching more than 80 sessions to enhance their appreciation of nature and the wealth of diversity within our Smokies and southern Appalachians.
The environment for learning found within the 800 square miles of these Great Smoky Mountains and the dedication, enthusiasm, knowledge and experience of the Field School staff, comprised of college and university professors, park personnel and retirees, naturalists, wildlife advocates and other professionals, is unparalleled.
Come join us for a day or more to Explore, Learn and Enjoy and become part of the following of more than 700 individuals who participate annually in a multitude of offerings on flora and fauna. Get to know your national park, its landscape and wildlife, and intrinsic value to humankind while renewing the family spirit, making a new friend or simply fulfilling a desire for a wilderness learning adventure.
Elizabeth Dupree, Chief of Resource Education
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The National Park Service
Photography for the Smoky Mountain Field School website has been graciously provided by Appalachian Bear Rescue, Kent Cave, James Mayo and Field School instructors Wanda DeWaard, Liz Domingue, Kendall Chiles, Butch McDade, Sam and Mary Ann Venable and Kathy and Joel Zachry.
Questions? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (865) 974-0150.
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